June 20th, the longest day of the year, is fast approaching. This day also marks The Longest Day event held by the Alzheimer’s Association annually on the summer solstice to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s and other dementias. From sunrise to sunset, the event symbolizes the challenging journey of those living with the disease and how the disease also affects caregivers. Teams are encouraged to do something they love and create their own experience as they fundraise to honor someone with Alzheimer’s. Last year, more than 8,000 people participated across the country to raise millions of dollars for the Alzheimer’s Association.
You can live anywhere and participate in The Longest Day. HHHunt and our Spring Arbor communities are proud to support the Alzheimer’s Association and participate in The Longest Day and other Alzheimer’s Association events, like the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We see firsthand the effects that Alzheimer’s has on our residents and their loved ones and are proud to help raise funds for such a special organization.
We understand the skills and compassion needed to serve and support those with Alzheimer’s and their families. Spring Arbor team members are honored to have the opportunity to care for our residents. Our communities are really more of an extension of your family, where caring professionals provide a cheerful smile and helping hands which enables our residents to enjoy new friends, new experiences and new days.
Our amenities and daily activities support the needs of our residents and help them maintain a high quality and healthy lifestyle. Additionally, the Spring Arbor “Cottage” concept is governed by four Cornerstones of Care, which incorporate a unique blend of architecture, programs and specially trained staff to provide an unmatched level of respect and care for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters and our philosophy extends through every phase and season of life. To learn more about Spring Arbor and the Cottages, please visit us online. We also encourage you to visit the Alzheimer’s Association and consider supporting this important cause.